A joyful, life-affirming bromance that reminds us that quality comedy can be more than just blokes in bad shirts sitting in some chairs, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara should have Apatow types quaking in their unimaginative Converses. Skillfully constructed, beautifully played and face-smackingly ambitious, there’s basically nothing not to like about this achingly decadent Bollywood road movie. Unless you hate spontaneous flamenco, in which case you’re probably dead inside.
Don’t get too excited, it’s pretty much the same as the one you’ve already seen. We have to say that we were less than blown away by the sneak-peek at Seth Rogan’s latest flick. It’s a comedy caper take on the classic Green Hornet story, starring Rogan alongside Taiwanese musician Jay Chou as Kato.
An action packed yet rather fluffy CGI-romp from Dreamworks. Aliens are attacking, and the only ones who can beat them are monsters imprisoned by the government. For the wee ones, the in-jokes, great graphics and cameo appearances will be enough to satisfy, but if you’re looking for something with a bit more heart, we’d recommend the meatier offerings from Disney/Pixar.